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Editorial In the last issue of Quality in Ageing (QiA) we asset liquidation would do anything to published a paper from Australian colleagues seriously remedy the pensions gap. They leave focussing on the information needs of older us with some challenging questions to ponder people – specifically how people get about asset-based welfare – to what extent ‘information about the information’. Steve should the state expect people to draw on Iliffe and colleagues take this concern further housing wealth to raise/maintain living in their report of an evaluation of a health standards? And if it does have such technology approach designed to improve the expectations should it support or subsidise care of older people by raising standards and people to do this? If so, what are the promoting independence. They describe an implications for those with no housing wealth ‘expert system’ intended to improve older at all? people’s access to health and social care The concept of self is one of the most information, to enable service providers to enigmatic areas of the social and behavioural review the health and social care needs of sciences. We all seem to be aware of our older people, and to allow planners to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Quality in Ageing and Older Adults Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1471-7794
DOI
10.1108/14717794200500021
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Abstract

In the last issue of Quality in Ageing (QiA) we asset liquidation would do anything to published a paper from Australian colleagues seriously remedy the pensions gap. They leave focussing on the information needs of older us with some challenging questions to ponder people – specifically how people get about asset-based welfare – to what extent ‘information about the information’. Steve should the state expect people to draw on Iliffe and colleagues take this concern further housing wealth to raise/maintain living in their report of an evaluation of a health standards? And if it does have such technology approach designed to improve the expectations should it support or subsidise care of older people by raising standards and people to do this? If so, what are the promoting independence. They describe an implications for those with no housing wealth ‘expert system’ intended to improve older at all? people’s access to health and social care The concept of self is one of the most information, to enable service providers to enigmatic areas of the social and behavioural review the health and social care needs of sciences. We all seem to be aware of our older people, and to allow planners to

Journal

Quality in Ageing and Older AdultsEmerald Publishing

Published: Dec 1, 2005

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